What is the best way to get Facebook Connect going with a Django app? (Given the new data permissions.)

I'm new to Django and trying to set up a Facebook connected site. There seem to be three available options at the moment:

  1. Use middleware with PyFacebook. I was able to get the django-facebookconnect app going fairly easily and mod it to suit my needs, but it is currently unclear whether PyFacebook even supports extended permissions / if PyFacebook is still even under development?
  2. Do everything with javascript. Teebes' javascript only django-facebookconnect seems promising along with reviewing the updated facebook authentication guide
  3. Roll my own Python code a la Facebook's example

Can anyone point me in the right direction here? I plan to have users authenticate only through Facebook connect and then maintain dummy Django user accounts for each on the backend.

Thanks!

Answers


I plan to have users authenticate only through Facebook connect and then maintain dummy Django user accounts for each on the backend.

Seems you want exactly what http://github.com/flashingpumpkin/django-socialregistration does


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